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|Title||What Did Alma Reveal About The Savior’s Mission? (Alma 7:11-13)|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Corporate Authors||Book of Mormon Central Staff|
|Publisher||Book of Mormon Central|
|Type of Image||Infographic|
|Keywords||Alma the Younger; Atonement; Chiasm; Chiasmus; Gideon (Polity); Jesus Christ|
In Alma’s teachings of Christ, his use of chiasmus makes it clear that Christ’s mortal nature—the “flesh”—was an essential part of His Atonement. It was His mortal nature that enabled Him to suffer in Gethsemane, and to endure death at Golgotha. But Alma also taught that Christ’s mortal experience itself—His “go[ing] forth” and experiencing the “pains, afflictions, and temptations” of mortality—was a vital aspect of His atoning sacrifice.
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